The inquest into the death of a Red Arrows pilot from Rutland, who died after performing at an air show last year, is due to resume today.
The Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, the Red Arrows have unveiled their line-up for the 2013 season.
Today marks the one year anniversary since Red Arrows pilot Jon Egging died during an air display at the Bournemouth Air Festival.
Carol Heideshuster from Lincoln Cathedral talks about the new Lincoln lorry fundraising project.
A local haulage firm is donating 1p for every mile it travels throughout Europe to Lincoln Cathedral, in a special 'Lincoln lorry' which carries an image of the cities most famous icons.
The Red Arrows who feature on the side of the lorry too, are supporting the move, and were involved in a photoshoot to launch the event at RAF Cranwell this morning.
India has indicated it may buy a third tranche of UK-built Hawk aircraft for use by its version of the Red Arrows aerobatics display team. David Cameron has also offered the expertise of the Red Arrows team in helping them to put on a show using their trademark trails of coloured smoke.
Following recent speculation over whether defence cuts may spell the end for the Red Arrows, Downing Street described them as "one of Britain's most iconic brands".
In a statement Number 10 said:
"The Prime Minister is clear that for as long as he is in Downing Street the Red Arrows will grace the skies of Britain."
Downing Street has tweeted to say that any suggestion the Red Arrows would be axed "is wrong."
Shadow Defence Secretary Jim Murphy, commenting on a report in the Daily Mirror that the Red Arrows could be axed because of cuts to the defence budget, said Britons would be "dismayed" if it were true.
"The Red Arrows are part of our national character and history," he said.
"The country would be dismayed if they were scrapped to make yet more savings in defence, which the Prime Minister seemed to rule out just days ago."
Red Arrows pilot Jon Egging died in a crash after RAF bosses 'failed to learn the proper lessons from a previous accident'. That is according to watchdog The Military Aviation Authority.
Flight Lieutenant Egging was killed when his aircraft crashed during a performance in Bournemouth last year.
A report has found the elite flying team had not been supervised closely enough after an investigation into a crash between two of its pilots in Crete in March 2010.
Sheriff Payne, Bournemouth Coroner, has recorded a verdict of accidental death at the inquest into the death of Flight Lieutenant Jon Egging. The Red Arrows pilot died after he crashed during a display in August 2011.
An inquest into the death of a Red Arrows Pilot has heard that the he was likely to be unconcious moments before impact. Captain Jon Egging's plane came down after performing at the Bournemouth Air Show in 2011.
An inquest into the death of a Red Arrows Pilot has heard that he was likely to be unconscious moments before impact.
Flight Lieutenant Jon Egging, from Rutland, was killed when his Hawk Jet came down in a field during the Bournemouth Air Festval last August.
Investigators from the Military Aviation Authority said that he was likely to be knocked unconscious due to the G force experienced during the stunt display.
The court heard that if a braking manover into Bournmouth Airport had occured at six hundred and not five hundred feet he might have survived. The Inquest continues.
The Red Arrows have flown back to their base in Lincolnshire today after they were forced to cancel their appearance at the Malta International Airshow at the weekend due to technical problems.
The world famous aerobatics team, which is based at RAF Scampton, had to pull out of the Airshow after a number of their jets developed problems with their oxygen systems which was making it difficult for the pilots to breathe.